Sisters Elvia and Alexis Vazquez of the Dolphins shared top female swimmer honors. Elvia earned a silver in the butterfly (38.14) and the backstroke (42.70). Alexis earned three bronze medals — in the butterfly (40.44), the backstroke (42.71) and the freestyle (36.58). The Dophins' Julie Lizarraga earned a bronze in the butterfly (42.58).
OCEANSIDE — The Tigers, a local 16 and under recreational softball traveling team, took second place at the third annual Oceanside Riptide fast-pitch softball tournament here.
The team, made up of girls from Imperial Valley high schools, went 4-1 during the three-day tourney June 21-Monday.
In pool play the Tigers beat the Del Mar Falcons 6-4 (Monica Lopez of Southwest High School pitched) and beat the Escondido Extreme 12-1 (Jenna Severe of Imperial High pitched).
In single-elimination bracket play, the Tigers again beat the Escondido Extreme 7-0 with Imperial High's Lindsay Lugo on the mound, then beat the Oceanside Pirates 2-0 in the semifinals. Lopez pitched.
The Tigers lost 3-2 in the championship game to the Escondido Shootin' Stars. Severe pitched.
During the tournament Imperial High's Melanie Medina went 8-for-16 with four doubles, two triples and two singles and had two stolen bases while Imperial's Stephanie Ortega went 6-for-13 with three singles, two triples and a double.
Men's and women's softball
BRAWLEY — Men's and women's softball action continues at Hinojosa and Gonzalez parks here. The men play Mondays and Wednesdays and the women plays Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In men's June 17 action:
IID Zeroes beat The Brewers 22-12; TNT beat La Gente 15-4; The Chins beat Supreme Electric 15-7; Kings Men beat Nations Rent 13-3; Bust 'Em busted Animo 27-7; La Colmena beat Del Norte 23-10; Once Again beat Bad Ash 24-7; Brawley Billiards beat Advanced Wireless 32-8.
In men's June 19 action:
Advanced Wireless beat IID Zeroes 15-3; Brawley Billiards beat Once Again 16-9; Bust 'Em beat La Colmena 26-7; Nations Rent beat Del Norte 21-19; The Brewers beat La Gente 38-8; TNT beat Bad Ash 21-18; The Chins beat Animo 19-7; Supreme Electric beat Kings Men 19-4.
In women's June 18 action:
Cameiro Heifer Ranch beat G.B. Sampson 15-5; J.J.'s Sluggers beat Rodahl 19-8; A&R Construction beat GNC Calexico 4-3; CBS-Locke beat Rud Cru 15-5; Ruben Molina Trucking beat La Colmena 9-6; Free Agents beat Underdogs 12-4.
In women's June 20 action:
J.J.'s Sluggers beat La Colmena 12-2; Rud Cru beat Underdogs 20-2; A&R Construction beat Free Agents 15-1; G.B. Sampson beat Ruben Molina Trucking 13-9; Cameiro Heifer Ranch beat GNC Calexico 15-11.
Track and field
CHULA VISTA — A number of Imperial Valley track athletes qualified for the Pacific Southwest Association-Amateur Athletic Union's Region 13 meet July 6 and 7 with performances at a PSA-AAU meet at Chula Vista High on Saturday and Sunday.
In the intermediate division: Central Union High's Erica Camacho (born in 1987) won the 3,000 in 12 minutes, 5 seconds, tied for first in the 1,500 (6:06) and placed second in the 800 (2:39); Rachel Hernandez of Holtville High (1986) tied for first in the 1,500 (6:06) and placed third in 400 (70.65) and the 800 (2:45); John Valdez of Central (1986) placed second in the 400 (56.54) and the 800 (2:20.41); Aaron Garcia of Central (1986) won the steeplechase and the 800 (2:19); Miguel Barron of William Moreno Junior High (1987) won the 3,000 (10:57) and the 1,500 (5:07); Eric Henderson of Central (1986) won the triple jump with 38 feet, 1 inch and third in the high jump (5-4); Valdez, Garcia, Barron and Henderson placed second in the 4x400relay (4:04).
In the youth boys and girls divisions, Tyra Marcus of Seeley (1988) placed eighth in the 100 (14.44) and qualified in the long jump; William Moreno's Adriana Lopez (1989) placed eighth in the 800 (2:59.17); Jovane Camacho of Meadows Union Elementary (1989) placed first in the 400 (62.0); Kenny Taylor of Wilson Junior High (1988) placed sixth in the 200 (26.50) and seventh in the 100 (13.45); Joseph Sarmiento of Barbara Worth Junior High (1988) placed eighth in the 200 (27.16); Barbara Worth's Cesar Fernandez (88) placed eighth in the 100 (13.68) and eighth in the 800 (2:59.17); Camacho, Taylor, Sarmiento and Fernandez won in the 4x100 (51.60) and the 4x400 (4:14).
In the midget division: Patricio Garcia of Meadows (1990) took second in the high jump (4-2) and third in the 800 (2:47.99).
In the sub-midget division: Spencer Hughes of Meadows (1991) won the long jump (13-7.5) and took sixth in the 100 (14.65); Antonio Ramirez of Meadows (1991) took second in the 3,000 (12:44.23) and fourth in the 1,500 (5:49.88); Robert Padilla of Meadows (91) took third in the 3000 (13:23.78); Garcia, Hughes, Ramirez and Padilla took second in the 4x400 (5:03).
In the bantam division: Meadows' Francisco Lemus (92) took fourth in the 800 (3.03.72) and in the long jump (10).